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Originally posted by Zanzibar
Dosnt anyone think that looks like a painting??? Cos it sure does to me.
If it stays for 10 min, it's a chemtrail.
Originally posted by Vinci
...If it stays for 10 min, it's a chemtrail.
Gah, people don't understand, you can't identify a chemtrail making plane easily that way, even in the sky. It may leave a very wide and long trail, but it still might be fuel/water vapor. If it stays for 10 min, it's a chemtrail.
yet they still use it to rope in unsuspecting newbies.
Originally posted by SportyMB
Like I said before in the billion other Chemtrail threads....
If this were true some Airmen in BFE or somewhere would speak up and provide samples if this crap for authoritues and or independent agencies.
If not some Airmen..then a pilot, if not a pilot then maybe a fuel guy..etc...etc...
Originally posted by billybob
i will clarify what i mean. no problem.
his testimony now has less weight. people who speak against the official lie are being arrested, assassinated, ignored, labelled, gag ordered. i assume this man is not immune to these patterns, nor unaware of them.
Originally posted by HowardRoark
It's a fuel dump.
and BTW, that is NOT a C135.
"Bonus" to anyone that can identify it.
[edit on 31-5-2005 by HowardRoark]
Originally posted by ancientofdays33
It is a Mercury E6A/B
Background: Boeing derived the E-6A from its commercial 707 to replace the aging EC-130Q in the performance of the Navy's TACAMO ("Take Charge and Move Out") mission. TACAMO links the NCA with naval ballistic missile forces during times of crisis. The aircraft carries a very low frequency communication system with dual trailing wire antennas. The Navy accepted the first E-6A in August 1989.
The E-6B was conceived as a replacement for the Air Force's Airborne Command Post due to the age of the EC-135 fleet. The E-6B modified an E-6A by adding battlestaff positions and other specialized equipment. The E-6B is a dual-mission aircraft capable of fulfilling either the E-6A mission or the airborne strategic command post mission and is equipped with an airborne launch control system (ALCS). The ALCS is capable of launching U.S. land based intercontinental ballistic missiles. The first E-6B aircraft was accepted in December 1997 and the E-6B assumed its dual operational mission in October 1998. The E-6 fleet will be completely modified to the E-6B configuration by the year 2003.
Primary Function: Communications relay for fleet ballistic missile submarines (A and B models) and airborne command post for U.S. Strategic forces (B model).